Search this morro-bay.com web site by Keyword(s) - Morro Bay
The BEST way to search morro-bay.com is to
Enter any "keyword or keywords" you are interested in -- separate them by
commas or spaces
Better yet, use Google morro-bay.com site-specific search
New, Amazon.com's a9.com search,
inc. "book results"
Google Watch (this
link is presented here for educational purposes only - you can learn a bit about
why Google is so powerful)
"Search" technology is heating up... Try out CNET's search.com new meta-search engine (returns results from many other search engines). Try out Mark Cuban's new meta-search site icerocket.com (shows thumbnails of results). Try out Yahoo's new LOCAL search engine at local.yahoo.com. Get the most out of Google Search: Basics of Search Advanced Search Tips Definitions Spell Checker Froogle Local Search (try searching on pizza 93442) Site Search PhoneBook News Headlines Stock Quotes Web Page Translation Google Translate Tool Google Image Search Google Toolbar Amazon's a9.com search site just keeps getting better and better. Try yet another new search engine at http://clusty.com/
Copernic announces a new free desktop search engine (Nov. 2004)
Google launches a new Research Tool at http://scholar.google.com/ which draws upon newly developed algorithms to list the academic research that appears to be most relevant to a search request. Try searching on "snowy plover morro bay" for example and you will see the many targeted academic and government references returned http://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&lr=&q=snowy+plover+morro+bay. This new free Google search capability should be of great assistance to our local naturalists and docents.
answers.com is Google-based; is a free, ad-supported, reference search service, created to provide you with instant answers on over a million topics. As opposed to standard search engines that serve up a list of links for you to follow, Answers.com displays quick, snapshot answers with concise, reliable information. Our editors take our content from over 100 authoritative encyclopedias, dictionaries, glossaries and atlases
Search the full text of books (and discover new ones) -- print.google.com has exploded into the top ranks of U.S. Internet sites, rising to the 30th most visited site. Google, "organizing the world's information and making it more universally accessible and useful."
Experiment with yet another search engine snap.com reprised by Idealab's Bill Gross (based on pay-for-conversion versus traditional pay-per-click; a search for digital cameras, e.g., on Snap brings up a sortable list of manufacturers, specifications and prices.)
Yahoo offers new Desktop Search Beta... Worth downloading
Check out ZabaSearch.com -- exploiting the lack of data privacy in America. ZabaSearch makes it easier than ever to find comprehensive personal information on yourself or anyone else. Queries return information dating back 10 years including residential addresses, phone numbers both listed and unlisted, birth year, even satellite photos of people's homes.
Thomson Gale http://www.accessmylibrary.com/ library reference information online